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of the authorization from five years to three years were denind. our attempt to ensure schools serving the disabled and disabled veterans was also denied. because republicans were denied the opportunity to even offer these amendments on the house floor have a -- house floor, have a meaningful dialogue about them, we tried to help this through our motion to recommit. our motion, as you well know, encouraged education opportunities for the disabled and disabled veterans, language to reduce the authorization to levels from three years to five. the motion also included provisions to eliminate programs. overall spending levels were reduced to around $47 billion and the motion to recommit must still remain above the $24 billion in the house-passed 2007 version of competes. in addition to the reductions in spending, the motion was addressed concerns about federal employee's misuse of time and government property. when given the opportunity to consider these issues, the house of representatives supported them overwhelmingly by a vote of 292 to 126. -- 292-126. i believe these changes made the bill better.
is disabled. in texas, it is illegal to adopt without using the proper agency. the county sheriff is searching for the woman to ensure the safety of the children and to make sure that this is not a scam. still to come, we will tell you what information's the fda task force feels the public should know. we will giv - are you chronically ill and can't work? are you mentally ill and can't work? are you physically disabled and can't work? then the law firm of disability associates should be working for you. for years, disability associates has been working with our clients to get them the social security benefits that they deserve. don't be just another client at another law firm. - depend on disability associates because social security disability law is all that we do. >> of domino fat could apparently be linked to dementia. that is according to a new study from the boston university of medicine. found a connection between torso obesity and brain volume. researchers are hopeful that this could lead to promising prevention strategies. another study showing that many take by agra could be at great
't work? are you mentally ill and can't work? are you physically disabled and can't work? then the law firm of disability associates should be working for you. for years, disability associates has been working with our clients to get them the social security benefits that they deserve. don't be just another client at another law firm. - depend on disability associates because social security disability law is all that we do. it's really hot out. and that beret is really not hot. i am all roots and no time. i gotta run. no! ooh! ah...! ah! ooh! that was impressive... did you know you can easily touch up your roots-- without a salon. ta-da! root touch up-- specially designed for roots or grays. that pop up between regular colorings. in 10 minutes... bzzz! you're flawlessly matched and completely fresh. i feel so much better. live with roots, or get a boost? root touch-up by nice 'n easy. your right color.
? are you physically disabled and can't work? then the law firm of disability associates should be working for you. for years, disability associates has been working with our clients to get them the social security benefits that they deserve. don't be just another client at another law firm. - depend on disability associates because social security disability law is all that we do. >> celebrations were in full force yesterday. that is pretty cool. we need your help deciding which preakness hat to wear this saturday. get out your cellphone and boat. -- and the vote. standard text missing -- text messaging rates to apply. member to text to isdgza 88509. here is the final choice for deborah. if you like this one, the text the no. 32 88509. -- the no. 3 to 88509. and now you're lottery numbers. >> i'm here with your midday picked three numbers. sixth, as printed on the ball, four, and one. your picked three numbers are 6, 4, 1. the top power play prize is $2 million. this is your favorite retailer and power play today curator -- to visit your favorite retailer and power play today. here are yo
. - are you chronically ill and can't work? are you mentally ill and can't work? are you physically disabled and can't work? then the law firm of disability associates should be working for you. for years, disability associates has been working with our clients to get them the social security benefits that they deserve. don't be just another client at another law firm. - depend on disability associates because social security disability law is all that we do. >> a quick look at our hd doppler radar. a few clouds overhead. most of that is up north. there's a cold front passing through the area right now. most of the action is a new york state, new england, and parts of southern new england back up toward upstate new york. this far south, there's just not enough moisture for this front to work with. something may crop up. the chances with this weather feature -- not very good odds of rain. this time of year, there's lots of pollen. 1374, a very high reading for pollen. a very high total pollen rating. most towns are high of around 900. allergies are having problems today. downtown, 79. white m
the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. this is beyond cable. this is fios. >> now the forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> and area of high pressure keeping us and dry. as these clouds and rain try to move in, you can see how it is breaking up as a comes from west virginia and the mountains. the only clouds overhead are these clouds. tomorrow and sunday, this storm coming in. today, we are in great shape. let's look at -- the pollen getting to me here. the count is low there. it does not kick in at the total pl -- pollen is high at 272. easton is 81, salisbury and ocean city. hagerstown is 80. seventies in the mountains to the west. they have a few more often clouds out there. the clouds are producing some of his rent out to the west. it is very scattered. it does not move all that much this morning. the low pressure center is going up towards the great lakes. this high-pressure is deflecting the storm, so do speak. it will not last forever. the real humidity with this storm is on the gulf coast region and the mississippi valley. even though we ar
on lombard. route 1, watch for some delays due to a disabled tractor trailer. as we checked speed, 49 is the only sluggish spot coming at of the northeast on 95. no problems on the west side. a quick live look outside. everything moving well on the west side so far this morning. you can seize up about 895 and it looks like at least one toll lane off to the right is blocked. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> the city council meeting last night was a brainstorming session. they have a multi million dollar budget shortfall. >> jennifer franciotti is live at city all with that story. >> the bottle tax has been a hotly contested issue and something that has drawn supporters and opponents. this measure was up for a second reading. the mayor' proposed a four-cent tax. it look like the idea would get scrapped last night. the measure was voted to be tabled. some members voted the measure would be voted down altogether. others have hopes the measure would pass. cents.is just four s pay those taxes here. >> coming up, we will have some other revenue-generating ideas and the reason why t
ill and can't work? are you mentally ill and can't work? are you physically disabled and can't work? then the law firm of disability associates should be working for you. for years, disability associates has been working with our clients to get them the social security benefits that they deserve. don't be just another client at another law firm. - depend on disability associates because social security disability law is all that we do. >> police in the florida panhandle have arrested an 87- year-old woman and charged her with selling crack cocaine. that is right, she is 87. she was picked up by the sheriff's department after she allegedly sold crack cocaine to an undercover officer. she was allowed to ride with a family member to the local jail, where she was released on her own recognizance. mistaken identity lead to a joy ride and the next -- inexpensive ferrari. parking lot attendants handed the key to a $448,000 ferrari to the wrong person at the crown casino in mel bourne. the recipient did not say word, and instead the 32-year-old man climbed into the luxury italian sports car
what is on tap for preakness weekend. we say good morning to sarah. >> a disabled vehicle at the fort mchenry. southbound 95 in the right lane is blocked. watch for that. the tone avenue, there is a closure because of police activity -- daytona avenue. keep your speeds down. 11 minutes on southbound 95 from the beltway down to 32. west side checking in at 11 minutes. let's give you a live look at traffic. we have a disabled vehicle clearing. 95 in the southbound direction near elkton, we are checking on an accident. we will let you know once we have more information. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> police continue their investigation into the murder of a pregnant woman. >> it turns out and out dated paper work system is most likely responsible for keeping the suspect out of jail. jennifer franciotti is live with the details. >> andrew jackson is accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend, betsy riggin. we're now finding out more reasons. jackson has a long rap sheet. he is on a statewide watch list for violent offenders. he met with his parole officer betsy riggin the betsy
on verizon fios. this is beyond cable. this is fios. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >>> we have breaking news tonight from northwest washington. crews are on the scene of a water-main break on k street. roads are shut at k street and pennsylvania avenue. it is no -- there is no word on how long they will be shut. we will keep you posted. >>> airports across england, scotland, and ireland were shut down for most of the day because of volcanic ash. the cloud has been changing shape and is moving south. >> there is nothing that anybody can do. >> i am going to a wedding, so -- >> public, they are not the bride or the grim -- hopefully, they are not the bride or the groom. experts say there are no signs that the volcanic eruption will change anytime soon. >>> not liable for bishops were dealing with sex abuse. today, 150,000 people gathered in vatican city in a show of support for pope benedict xvi. they said there was no evidence of a vatican cover-up. >>> a heavy-metal legend died quietly at a houston hospital today following a battle with stomac
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1.866.685.fios. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. this is beyond cable. this is fios. >>> hearing the words you have cancer is difficult. hearing pancreatic cancer is harder because symptoms don't show up until it is too late for effective treatment. tonight roosevelt leftwich will show us how a team is working to change that and improve the lives of people with pancreatic cancer. >> reporter: 43,000 americans developed the cancer in 2009. 35,000 died within a year or less. lucky ones can get the surgery and have the tumor removed. >> i had other symptoms like the bleeding it can go unhindered. if you can control one part of the progression in a shorter period of time that is good. >> reporter: to control that progression they use the cyber knife. it is a revolutionary targeting system. even in some of the hardest to reach areas in the body. it is a difference between using a shotgun and sniper rifle. this back part here is a standard industrial robot. this is the kind of thing used to put cars together in auto plants. this is the
two right lanes and if you're traveling on 90 southbound past 895, we have a disabled vehicle. someone has a flat tire and nottingham, a disabled truck blocking the lane. there and watch for police activity in the city on east lombard street. we have fog warnings in effect on the bay bridge on route 50 and there's the fog on the westside of the beltway, no delays yet at liberty road. there's a look at old fort and traffic's light. for traffic information any time, go to wjz.com. >>> a well known bar owner was gunned down over the weekend and police are stumped as to why. andrea fujii is live outside of the county head quarters. >> reporter: don, good morning and good morning, everyone. the police aren't saying much, but neighbors claim it was not a robbery, it's clear from the out pouring of emotion that the community's stunned. lee martin just closed his family owned bar at 2:00 a.m. saturday and two men jumped out from under a stairwell and shot him. >> reporter: investigators aren't convinced it was robbery and people don't know why someone would want to kill him. >> we track down a
. thanks so much. we will hear from her a little later on. >>> meantime, they are all disabled. some were told they would actually never walk again. so what are they doing on surfboards now? we'll tell you when we introduce you to the latest cnn hero. i'm going to own my own restaurant. i want to be a volunteer firefighter. when i grow up, i want to write a novel. i want to go on a road trip. when i grow up, i'm going to go there. i'm going to work with kids. i want to fix up old houses. [ female announcer ] at aarp we believe you're never done growing. i want to fall in love again. [ female announcer ] together we can discover the best of what's next at aarp.org. >>> how do you overcome tragedy to rediscover your zest for life? if you're dana cummings, you focus on what you can do, not what you can't. he is this week's cnn hero. >> when i learned to surf, it was amazing. you feel such a powerful connection with the earth and the water. i'm a veteran. i served in the gulf war. i came back without injury. in 2002, i was in a car accident and lost my leg. when you become disabled, you feel
asked to leave and by the manager. john says he repeatedly explained the americans with disabilities act without success. >> she leaned forward and said to me, "i know my business. that dog is not allowed." >> they called police who called the health department to confirm that service dogs are allowed under state and federal law. >> the possible consequences were explained and they still refused to allowed the woman with her service dog into the restaurant. >> they claim they did not know about the americans with disabilities act and that they were being rude. rude or not, she hopes no one else with disabilities are treated the same way. >> i would like to present this. that is my ultimate goal. i tried to make things better for the next disabled person. >> they say they are sending a letter to see if the justice department will prosecute the restaurant owner. meanwhile, the manager says he is sorry and now knows the rules. he says they are welcome back any time. >>> president obama honored the nation's finest police officers today. he paid tribute to the 2010 national top cops award win
. traffic gets by with no problems to the left. nottingham, a disabled vehicle blocking one lane, northbound belair road at dunfield road. traffic looking good as you head southbound on 95 approaching whitemarsh boulevard. no problems towards the beltway and towards the tunnels. on the beltway traffic moving well, no problems from 795 headed down towards 695. back to you. >>> 6:01. in dundalk, if you want a sub, you go to cap tape harvey's, spaghetti, captain squire's, a drink, hops inn but dundalk is mad it has to go to the connelly funeral home today. abc2 news linda so with the murder of a very popular bar owner. linda? >> reporter: everyone around here knew lee martin. his bar was tucked in a quiet neighborhood in dundalk around the street surrounded by homes. in fact he lived very close by. he ran the hops inn for years and took good care of his customers. people want to know why someone would want him dead. police say martin was shot several times's locked up his bar early saturday. two men were seen running from the scene. detectives went door-to-door sunday and showed pictures from s
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. disabled on the hoer boar tunnel blocking a lane. delays at the toll plaza. a complete check in a few minutes >>> i'm linda so what went on behind closed doors that landed a teach ber teacher behind bars. >>> plus be careful taking heartburn drugs. a warning and a serious side effect of pills. we'll be right back. >>> thank you for joining us. i'm megan pringle. >> i'm jamie costello. take a look at this. this is a live look at the oil that continues. this has been going on for a month and a half. >> unreal. makes you sick seeing it. >> top kill, it's the latest effort to plug the hole. >> we will have more on what is a month long process in a few moments. first the weather, here is justin berk. >>> good morning. we take a look outside, current conditions, highlighting some sun, trying to get onto the parking lot at 62 degrees. high humidity around and temperatures already up in to the mid-60s in glen burnie at 64. we got sun this morning a few of you dealing with patchy fog. we get up to 89 is our two degree guarantee. small chance of developing storms in the afternoon through this
the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. the gas prices are going down, they go back up again. we know saving money is important. this summer, shop with your giant card and save on shell fuel. earn one point for every dollar you spend. every 100 points earned gets you another 10 cents off per gallon. the more you spend, the more you save. i'm saving money at the store, i'm saving money at the pump, and that works for me. more savings every time you shop, only with your giant card. >>> gary coleman's estranged wife parents want answers about their son's death. they learned about his death through the media. coleman's mother is quoted as saying we're not pointing fingers, but we need to know exactly what happened. hospital spokesperson satd coleman was hospitalized after an accident inside his utah home wednesday. coleman died two days later. police insist his death was not suspicious. >>> he wasn't a headliner, but took the stage anyway at today's black pride festival. you may remember that he backed out of the event, and he found out the festival was a g
with disabilities this is fios. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >>> hello again, i'm doppler radar. >> and i'm jessica kartalija. the attack occurred where the animal control officers found the dog covered in blood. wjz and derek valcourt are live with an update on the animals condition. >> reporter: hi, the dog is moved to another pet emergency hospital as the vets try to save its life and a warning, some of the pictures may be considered a bit disturbing to animal lovers. >> reporter: these pictures don't show the full extent of the injuries, so severe, she may lose her right eye. >> it has a split down the nose and to the center and down to its mouth. it has injuries to the side of its head and one looks like it's through the bone. >> reporter: the animal control responders responded to the call and the officers saw the dog bleeding and rushed her to the rescue shelter. >> she was going into shock. she had substantial blood loss. >> reporter: the dog was inside a fence and gated yard when the 32-year-old neighbor trespassed to attack the dog. according to the documents he claimed that the dog was t
to support his disabled parents. >> i'll do anything. i've applied to so many jobs it is crazy. >> reporter: the casino slated to open here in maryland offers this woman the best chance of regaining benefits she lost with her last job eight months ago. >> some of my children have gotten ill. i got ill in december and had to pay $526. it is hard. matter of fact i was like merry christmas to myself. >> reporter: the fate of those in line comes down to the number. it is estimated for every ten seek employment only one will land a job. jeff hager abc 2 news. >> a few months ago when the casino advertised for executive administrative job it received 200 applications. >>> two female leaders are fighting over budget cuts. earlier this year mayor stephanie rawlings blake recommended they cut the community outreach efforts. the state's attorney says the mayor can't do that. she wrote in a letter to the mayor's office that the maryland constitution does not allow the mayor to eliminate specific positions in the attorney's office. >>> in tonight's crime checker, police need your help to solve the murd
with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. this is beyond cable. this is fios. >>> investors sent stocks souring. warren buffet's defense of goldman saks. rebroughthe brought a sense among trader that the market will continue to climb. >>> united and continental airlines agreed to work as a team. the boards of both airlines agreed to combine their carriers into the largest airline in the world. chicago-base company will fly under united name with continental's logo and ceo at the healm. >> we are creating a better carrier combined than either of us could have created a create alone. that creates a better future for the stakeholders. >> the merger is expected to be worth $3 billion. it needs to government to bless this marriage. >>> a massive bailout over europe will give the country $133 billion on loans on conditions that athens makes tax increases instead of producing stability. the new measures rests on the greek people who object to the cut backs. protests grow daily. >> this is the only road to be able to save the country. >> why does greece matter to you? logic goes like this. if greece fa
. this is fios. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. this is power with efficiency. this is an interior that exceeds even the promise of the exterior. this is the all-new jaguar xj. the stunning result of taking a very different road. >>> bp plans to continue using a chemical dispersant to disperse the oil. the epa directed the company to use a less toxic agent, but bp executives insist the chemical they are using is the best option. thousands of gallons of oil continue to pour into the gulf, and now the oil is washing up on beaches. the beach in grand isle, the louisiana, is covered with the oil everybody has been dreading more than a month. >> it is disgusting, actually. them this weekend, workers were trying to clean things up. there are shoveling away the sludge. the beaches are deserted except for an occasional team, no doubt aware that every drop the cleanup will be replaced by more. >> grand isle is a fishing community. if you cannot fish, i don't know how grand isle will survive. >> nearby, most concede these could never be cleaned. >> shame
for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >> the investigation into the failed time square bombing spread across the northeast today. resulting in three more arrests. federal agents were following the money trail. three men of pakistani origin were arrested on immigration violations. >> the searches are the product of evidence gathered in the investigation since the attempted time square bombing and do not relate to any known immediate threat to the public or active plot against the united states. >> faisal shahzad claimed he acted alone in making the car bomb in time square but then changed the story. now investigators believe he was trained by the pakistani taliban. >> critics have questioned his spending, and, of course his leadership good but tonight republican chairman michael steele is defending his style. jeff abell has the story tonight. jeff? >> even members of his own party have called michael steele a liability. but tonight, the republican chairman is firing back. >> in the 15 months since michael steele was elected chairman of the republican national committee he has fo
mean, no one's really concerned about labels. not even mine. labels get in the way. disabilities rarely do. visit thinkbeyondthelabel.com to evolve your work force. hey -- who's our best presentation guy? carl. i thought you said carl was our best presentation guy. [ worker ] well, he is. last week he told my team about fedex office print online for our presentations. we upload it to fedex office, then they print, bind, and ship it. the presentation looks good, right? yes, but -- you didn't actually bring carl with you. good morning! but i digress. [ male announcer ] we understand. you need presentations done right. and right now save 20% on all online printing purchases. visit fedex.com/print. >>> we're back now with ruben naverrette and kris kobach talking about the newest controversy with the american flag a battle that's dividing a high school and others. students wearing american flag t-shirts on cinco de mayo. told by the teachers to turn the t-shirts inside out or go home. how far does it go? >> it does say that, tinker that students don't shed their first amendment rights when t
the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >> president obama welcomes paul mccartney to the white house this week. you will receive a prize for a popular song from the library of congress. it is the highest award for this pop category. >> great weather on the way tomorrow. a daytime high temperature around high a degree temperature range. up to 90 degrees on thursday. >> there'll be a good out tomorrow. >> yes. tomorrow. >> yes. i think you might have hooked it up wrong, though. yea, we're getting way too many channels. no, no. that's -- that's standard. fios also comes with 11,000 free movies and shows on demand per month. ah, standard. gotcha. a certain somebody says "thank you." tell him "he's welcome," but it's still standard. he's happy to be back with his friends. is he? [ male announcer ] call now and get fios tv, internet, and phone for just $99.99 a month guaranteed for two years! this is beyond cable. this is fios. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v.
the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. the >> at least 83 deaths are being blamed on storms that pounded central america. it happened in guatemala and honduras triggering massive flooding and landslides. hundreds of thousands of people are affected. it hit days after a volcanic spewed ash over the country's capital. tensions between north and south korea are growing. north korea says war could break out at any moment. there is a report that the anti- submarine exercise of south korea with the united states is adding to determine the situation. tensions between the countries has been increasing since north korea was accused of sinking a south korean war ship. and television producer was murdered in mexico. friends and family members gathered in california to remember her. >> she was a loving person. [unintelligible] >> a memorial service was held in culver city. she was killed while vacationing with her husband in cancun. her husband was considered a person of interest by mexican police. he returned to the united states without permission. no charges have bee
disability and intellectual an individual with a disability. >>> operation cop killed in on the way this hour. this is the latest effort by pp to stop the oil. abc john reports. >>reporter: the effort to kill the whale is underway. an entire nation awaits the results. >> if it is successful and there are no guarantees, it should greatly reduce or eliminate the flow of oil streaming into the gulf from the seafloor. >>reporter: cameras capture this. the mud and cement flow through a tube into the blowout preventer. a hearing on capitol hill that management agency which oversees drilling came in for heavy criticism. >> that agency went to hell. it is unprecedented. >> you say this unprecedented but it was not unimaginable. >>reporter: even allies of the president are growing exasperated. >> put somebody in charge of this and get this thing moving. >> if today's efforts fail that's criticism is likely to grow much louder. tomorrow president obama plans to announce tough new regulations. this is john with abc news. >>> hurricanes a peer to [ indiscernible ] the governor posted [ indiscernible ]
. >> a maryland law involving the way a particular disability is called may become federal law. barbara mikulski introduced a similar bill in congress last december which would require the use the term intellectual disability instead of mental retardation. it will be taken up this week and is considered non- controversial legislation. that brings us to our watercooler question of the day. do you think the term "retarded" should be banned from all federal legislation? e-mail your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. again, that is watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> 5:38. keith mills will join us with a look at sports. >> children will put just about anything in their mouths. something could be fatal >> welcome back. 65 degrees downtown at the maryland science center. we have some fog and drizzle on this monday morning. take an umbrella you. let's take a look at the temperatures. 65 at the airport. 67 in hagerstown. fog and drizzle, light rain this morning. you might get a peak of the sun later today. a high temperature around 75 degrees. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes
os. this is beyond cable. this is fios. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >> both sides of the immigration debate faced all. they marched in protest of the arizona all. pilau request police to question lawbreaker's about their -- the wall -- the law requires police to question lawbreaker's about their immigration status. >> we are going to stand up for diversity. >> thousands of supporters of arizona's crackdown are rallying in phoenix tonight. >>> the fight against the caliban in afghanistan is not is being waged with bullets and bombs. some of the efforts are focused on peace. our reporter went on patrol with some national guardsmen. this is his report. >> foremost, life outside -- for most, life outside looks like this. it looks like you have taken a step back in time. they live all of the land, a farming and hunting. >> after two months, these people are jobless. >> that is a problem for the captain. he knows that it is in these small villages where this country's future will be decided. will they embrace the military effort all or will they welcomed
years were denind. our attempt to ensure schools serving the disabled and disabled veterans was also denied. because republicans were denied the opportunity to even offer these amendments on the house floor have a -- house floor, have a meaningful dialogue about them, we tried to help this through our motion to recommit. our motion, as you well know, encouraged education opportunities for the disabled and disableveterans, language to reduce the authorization levels to fiscal year 2010 levels and to authorize threes levels from three years to five. the motion also included provisions to eliminate programs. overall spending levels were reduced to around $47 billion and the motion to recommit must still remain above the $24 billion in the house-passed 2007 version of competes. in addition to the reductions in spending, the motion was addressed concerns about federal employee's misuse of time and government property. when given the opportunity to consider these issues, the house of representatives supported them overwhelmingly by a vote of 292 to 126. -- 292-126. i believe these changes
the victim but we did speak to his friends this evening, they say he is a disabled veteran and he was retired. the suspect is still being questioned by police at this hour. murder charges are pending. live from brandywine, back to you. >> darcy in brandywine for us. thank you. >>> with an especially violent saturday night in d.c. is keeping metro police investigators quite busy. six people were shot in less than three hours at different locations around the district. it all started around 10:30 last night, a man was shot as he slept in his car on g street in northeast. another incident nearby, three people were shot but one of the toughest crimes for neighbors and police alike was the fatal shooting of 16-year-old desmond perkins. that killing happened just yards from a make shift memorial for another young victim. >> i came out, saw him on the steps, then he like passed out. he was a good boy. he was a real good guy. two younger brothers looked up to him. go to school, come home. to me, he was just hanging out. we have a a lot of good kids up here caught up in the wrong place at the wrong ti
westbound. and we have a disabled vehicle blocking the right lane and soot one is construction blocking the drive bridge and you can take cold spring lane instead. and there's a look at the beltway. and that's the sun glare there and there's york side road and we have a disabled vehicle blocking the right lane and not causing delays there. this is brought to you by your toyota dealer. toyota, buy right the first time and you'll save more in the long run. >>> thank you, the top of the news, whiplash on wall street. the dow takes the biggest plunge in history. and now, what did happen, here's the report. >> reporter: for a few moments, trading spun out of control. the world watched in shock as the bottom fell out at the stock exchange. and the dow jones was down through triple digits by the morning and mid-afternoon, it turned into a nose dive. the dow dropped nearly a thousand points. as the drop triggered computer perhaps to sell. >> it was probably one of the scariest things i've seen in the industry in 30 years. >> reporter: seconds after that, the market spiral stopped and stocks rec
the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >>> beautiful day in denver. rockies are 9 and 9. scott olsen takes on the rockies. one of his darkest moments was on april 20th and that day scott gave up 6 runs in just 2 plays! yeah, he did. he took his worst beating of the year and he's been in another gear since then. he's left every game with the lead and only one time did the opponent have a run when he left the game against him. he's kicked it into a high gear and did a great job. >> the e.r.a. is just over 1 run a game. look at the strike outs to walks, almost 4 to 1 in that department. that's outstanding for scott, who is not a pitcher that blows people away. his curve ball can surprise you. he feels good about the warmer weather here. he said my stuff is a little bit better in weather like this than when it's cold and rainy. >> ryan zimmerman has had a huge weekend here. nobody has seen francis in so long. >> since september of '08. he's got to hit him well today. >> ryan zimmerman had a huge game here on thursday night. whether it's at home or here where he's
as a photographer and film maker to change the way we look at people with disabilities and to give them a new and different way to express themselves. her story tonight from nbc's peter alexander. >> reporter: courtney bent already viewed life through the lens of a camera. after snapping shots of several people with disabilities, courtney's focus changed. >> all right. >> i thought maybe if i gave them cameras somehow they might be able to tell their stories much better than i could do it. you want to have this little bump on the bottom.v: >> reporter: courtney spent ten %ñ later turning it into a film. its title "shooting beauty." >> i love them. i love them. i don't like them, i love them. >> reporter: mary jo, sheryl and her photographers had different disabilities. >> it was a way to express themselves a way they never had been able to.m7ç >> reporter: tony knight has cerebral palsy. what do you see? >> shock, fear and avoidance. >> reporter: people are almost afraid to look at you. >> yes. >> reporter: tony hopes his photos will start a conversation where he and others are not defined
. they are offering medical benefits, life insurance, disability, and tuition assistance. starting salaries vary. >> this surveillance at the casino. making sure no one is illegally to bring the machine -- tipping the machine. >> i help people with developmental disabilities and depositions. i am looking for positions for six individuals. it would probably be maintenance or landscaping or possibly in the restaurant. >> callbacks for 350 people will be done in august. this same company that will operate the casino is seeking as slots license in anne arundel county. david collins, tv 11 news. >> just two days until baltimore is a big race day. >> the horses out in town. jerry sandusky joins us live tonight. >> how are you? the last thing left is to get their forces comfortable and familiar with the track. that is the focus of these last few days. as far as the big picture is concerned, everybody at the maryland jockey club is focused on getting the crowds back. we saw the crowds a drop a year ago from 100,000 to 77,000. $1 million dollars has gone into advertising to bring the crowds back to the p
the americans with disabilities acts and other statutes as well. >> i'll ask mr. dreiband's to respond to that. >> certainly, the notion that the price waterhouse versus hopkins case was some great boon to plaintiffs i think is proven sxaekt by mr. gross's case, that it was not. in mr. gross's case, the u.s. court of appeals, in the circuit applied the price waterhouse standard, a 1989 sproom court case that established the mixed motive framework and concluded under the standard mr. gross failed to present direct evidence of discrimination which according to the court, what his lawyer conceded at oral argument and the employer completely escaped liability, despite the fact the jury found he was discriminated against, and the price waterhouse standard was not in my view a benefit to victims of discrimination and the 1991 amendments certainly partially abrogated the decision in price waterhouse but because they have stripped away any meaningful remedy, plaintiffs rarely, if ever, pursue it. rarely. and, i think, the other thing i would say, since the gross decision, what we have seen is that bec
. and confronting her disability, sarah developed a fierce drive to be independent. not to have to rely on others. she would never concede she was handicapped. emily catcher who was sarah's roommate in college, and for many years after had to say -- had this to say about her. sarah pretended there was nothing wrong with her all the time. once i said to her, you get a lot of their infection. and that's how i found out that she had turner syndrome. our disabilities were visible, yet she was in denial about the that you want to carry on as though they didn't exist that she didn't want to make any adjustments because of them, and she didn't want anyone talking about them. all the arguments family remembers with sarah were over such issues. sarah was really easy to live with, the best roommate i ever had. we listen to the same records. she didn't care about the mess we made and we were very happy together. but she would get mad with me when i would have so her about her health or what i would say you are utterly qualified to get social security for payments with people with disabilities. that would re
with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. this is beyond cable. this is fios. good monday morning. thanks for joining us. lovely flowers broughting up our monday as they do every monday. in the meantime state com parolers office. >> you know it's good. >> patricia just got a check from the state. wasn't from the lottery. it was her own money. >> more money than i ever won in a lottery. i appreciate it. >> back for his annual push to reunit marylanders with unclaimed funds. the agency has more than $90 million of unclaimed accounts. more than 30 newspapers around the state. he's not trying to keep it a secret. >> it's an innovative way to get to people. we go to newspapers, county fairs, and we make a big push to not hide this stuff. >> banks, insurance companies and other corporations are required to report any unclaimed properties after three years. besides money, unclaimed stocks, jewelry, valuable papers, and anything of value that may have been left behind in safe deposit boxes are a part of this too. they should take advantage of e- bay to sell these items. >> i didn't think there'd be a market
for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. this is beyond cable. this is fios. >>> the horses have arrived in baltimore. now we know where they're going to come out of on saturday's preakness stakes. we have 12 horses. kentucky derby winner super saver is being the, he has the morning line so far. here's a look at where they'll start. northern giant, one of the two horses owned by famed trainer, d. wayne lucas. a ya wanna twist. bobby baffert training his horse. looking at lucky finished second in the derby. that will start next to super saver in the 8th spot. paddy o'prado will be in the 10th post. >> so now that we know where the horses will start and who the favorites are, it is tim for some predictions, maybe even some excuses why a horse won't win. it's the alibi breakfast. it's a tradition. thursday, this is the day it kicks off in a short time. we'll go there live to pimlico. linda sow is standing by. did you hear any excuses yet? >> reporter: well you know, get ready for good story-telling. in about 15 minutes they'll start the alibi breakfast. it's a tradition that dates b
the verizon center for customers with disabilities this is fios. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. you're watching the station that works for you, "good morning maryland" at 9. >> friday morning, i think it's going to be a warm one today. you're looking at a live picture. stay with us, justin has a full check on your weekend forecast. everybody wants to know with the scottish games going on this weekend. if you're feeling celtic recently, you can get your celtic on. this weekend in cecil county, jamie is on the go where they are getting ready for the scottish games. were those your legs in the kilt? >> that's a secret. can't tell you. it's a typical scottish morning. came over here and ran into this area and started 50 years ago, the scottish games. here's jonathan. how are you? >> very well. >> tell me what it's going to be like out here tomorrow. >> it's going to be mayhem. we're expecting about 10,000 people. it's going to be a great day. 8:00 a.m. we start. >> tell me about your kilt. did you know no pockets in your kilts? >> you have to improvice. >> if you want to catch your bits and bobs. s
with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. this is beyond cable. this is fios. . >>> we pulled flowers right off of lookin at lucky. you got the prom coming up, graduationings, you remember your prom date, scotty? >> i certainly do. >> wall willides and/or your flaurs. >>> we're going to go back to today hot topic, the emotions and support surrounding the uva's women's lacrosse team. on our facebook fan page we posted a question asking what is more inspiring the uva's men's and women's pop or how towson fans and the the fans supported the team. i feel the men's lacrosse team was inspiring in the support. keep them coming, we want to share your two cents. log on to the wmar facebook fan page. when you're there, you can leave a comment or read the ones that are there. >>> and now we want to move back to something that a lot of you are asking, are you rusking too much on line? you may be and may not even know it. in this morning's scam alert, joce sterman are showing us how some people are becoming victims. >> reporter: sales, coupons, even legitimate prizes, there are plenty of honest deals on the
.877.fios.big. this is beyond cable. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities this is fios. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. you're watching the station that works for you, "good morning maryland" at 9. >> get ready for the big race coming. here we are looking at the harbor here. a little overcast but we'll take it on this may day. time to get your calendars out as we fight breast cancer attending all these komen events. i got your calendar right here. may 8 what are you doing this saturday? >> we got the 5k at 10:00 in the morning on saturday. we're going to run on the race course. >> that's great. and take the money and help fight breast cancer. you got a recruitment event going on. >> yeah, that's for sponsorship of the race. we're already starting the 2010 race. >> i know you start the day after in october, but that's the recruitment day. the black eyed susan day is going to be on friday leading up the next day. >> right. there are races that day and part of the money that comes in from those will be donated to us, and actually the maryland jockey club has committed $100,000. >
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